Hello my loves! What a pleasure to meet you here. A new year has already started fast. And that’s why I warn you again that we always need to take care of mental health, not push ourselves or try to follow the pace of others. Here, we try to share many models for you to have an option and choose the ones you like the most. And since quilts are very successful, today we’re going to learn how to make the Mini Scrap Quilt.
It is a very beautiful and different design. Just as you must have lots of fabric scraps out there, it’s no different here. In models like this, we don’t have to worry so much about the combination of colors and prints. The straps are thin and you can see that they don’t show as much. Large and small prints have the same effect. Here, both the strips and the block are small.
So you will need a little more patience. It is a thinner seam, which cannot be too rough and make the piece too rustic. Here at home, the mini scrap quilt turned into a beautiful pot holder. I took the opportunity to make several units in different sizes. Sometimes we want to put a hot dish on the table and it has no support. You can make rectangular models by adding some blocks.
Image / Pattern / Tutorial: Flamingo Toes
It’s not difficult to do, you don’t need a lot of materials or have a lot of practice in the technique. To quilt, you don’t need a lot of materials or a lot of investment. Just like any other technique you are going to learn, I like to indicate a low investment in materials. Choose a pattern that doesn’t require too many different materials. Get used to the technique, gain practice and gradually start investing.
Especially if you’re thinking of selling, take it easy. The technique is not difficult, but we don’t always get used to it and that’s very normal. It’s not because we like crafts that we rock all techniques, you’re not alone in that. Gradually we learn to identify what we like the most, you will see. The pattern we separated is available at Flamingo Toes. There you will find the list of materials, measurements, step by step, cutting and sewing tips and instructions. Ready to get started? Let’s quilt!